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Architecture Sculpture Summative
Part 1: Medium Copy paper/pencil
Part 1: Instructions Draw the following: – Post and lintel – Arch – Barrel vault – Cross vault – Dome – Pointed Arch – Frame Construction **Go to Chapter 11 for examples!
Part 2: Medium Popsicle sticks Toilet paper/paper towel rolls Hot glue gun/glue sticks
Part 2: Instructions Draw a building rough draft Create your building using – Popsicle sticks for straight edges – Toilet paper/paper towel rolls for curves – Hot glue to put together
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